OBITUARY

Beatrice Mosti Valdez

October 11, 1943February 25, 2019
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Bella Beatrice

Heaven has gained an Angel

Beatrice Mosti Valdez was born October 11, 1943 in San Antonio, Texas to Aldighiero Mosti of Pisa, Italy and Beatrice B. Vasquez of Candela, Mexico. This was the beginning of a life that would touch the hearts of all who would meet her and the beginning of her journey to spread God’s word.

A naturally stunning and intelligent woman who enjoyed and loved her family immensely, art, sewing, and most importantly, God.

Although her academic successes included completing an A&M Master Gardeners Program, her greatest affluences were the imprint she left on her children, grandchildren and great-granddaughter by raising them with the consistency and guidance of her religious faith.

She was an amazing sister, wife, mother, and grandmother to her late husband, Francisco Valdez, her brother, Aldo Mosti, her late eldest son, Francisco Valdez Jr. ; her children, Francisco Roberto Valdez, Antonio Valdez, Raquel Kelly Richardson, Beatrice Valdez, Angelica Jacquez, Aldo Mosti Valdez, Estrella Valdez; Her Grandchildren, Isaac Mathew Jacquez, Nicolette Faith Jacquez, Chloe Gallegos, Gavin Cole Jacquez, Brittany Star Valdez, Maxumus Richardson, Ethan Raine Valdez, Brandon River Valdez, Francesca Wilde Valdez, and Tristen House. And Great granddaughter, Lillianna Makenzie Jacquez.

The world was a better place because she was in it... Always loved and never forgotten.

In Lieu of Flowers, please make a Tribute in my mother’s name to:

St. PJ’s Childrens Home (Orphanage my mother was in as a child) https://raisedonors.com/stpjhome/general-donation-page

The Freedom Center Church https://freedomcenterchurch.com/give/

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 9, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, March 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Beatrice Mosti Valdez

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Elizabeth Phashe

March 22, 2019

Most beautiful human I had a pleasure of knowing. She was an angel on earth. She loved her family and loved God. Positive to the end. Her Spirit is here always. RIP sister Bea.

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Dinner with Grandma

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Friends

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Aldo Mosti & Beatrice Mosti Valdez "Forever 29"

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Mom at Southwest Believer's Convention (Kenneth Copeland Stage)

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Aldo Mosti & Beatrice (Hospital)

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Beatrice & Mrs. Moreno

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

Aldo Mosti & Beatrice Mosti Valdez

Angelica Jacquez

March 21, 2019

I can’t even begin to tell you the amount of sadness & emptiness I feel inside. To not have you sitting in my kitchen waiting on your coffee or your “only one fried egg, mija”, feels so out of place. To simply not be able to hear your sweet, soft voice say “Good Morning Mija”, to merely not be able to give u a gentle hug, to eat with you out on your deck after we grill, to take funny memes and jokes with you just to hear you laugh…Everything is just so surreal and numb. I can look out and see the world and time going by around me but it’s like I am stopped in the day you left. I will always have this empty feeling inside, this hole in my heart, as if you went away temporarily but took my last breath with you. I struggle day by day with the desire to have you back with me and for my heart to feel complete again. I'll be forever grateful & indebted to God for gifting me with you. What a huge blessing you were to my father, your children, grandchildren and great-granddaughter. You were truly the best mother anyone could have asked for, ALWAYS there for me and my kids. I think about the simplicity of the “little things” you would do for us such as your sweet thoughtful cards with the gentle handwritten cross above the heart and it will always remind me of how much love you had for me and remind me to always look to God for anything, even to say thank you.
I want to THANK YOU for teaching me so much more than you realize and being such a stellar and eminent mother to me. Although your checklist you made me still had one last thing, (Piano lessons), I am SO, SO, grateful to have been able to complete everything else with you because you deserved that and much, much, more – the best, because you were the best! I am so honored to know you were my VERY strong and admirable mother, who wavered to no one but God. You did exactly what God asked you to do, which was to tell each and every one of us about God because you truly loved us all with all your heart.

Susy Loredo

March 21, 2019

Oh grandma, my heart hearts with how much I miss you but know that you are in heaven in no more discomfort or pain. I feel so blessed to have had you in my life that I was given the opportunity to be allowed to call you grandma. As I type I get flooded with all the sweet memories; late night conversations around your kitchen table, or coffee in the morning. Your were so loving so sweet and kind and I thank God my daughter was able to spend so much time with her great grandmother. You were beautiful inside and out and such an amazing person. I love you so much and feel your warmth when I think of you. You have taught me so much; teaching the Word always and shedding light on life and how we need to have an open heart the way the Lord intended us to be..Your smile was infectious and your spirit so light, no matter what you were going through you kept a smile on your face. Your strength and compassion for everyone is something we should all strive to emulate. God bless you always grandma, I have you in my heart always. May you rest forever peacefully in the presence of our Lord and I know your beautiful smile has blessed others in heaven as you are reunited with those waiting for you at Heavens gates. 🌻❤️❤️❤️

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